WHOOP 3.0 - Android Connectivity and Pairing

This article covers the steps to pair your WHOOP 3.0 to an Andriod phone.

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3.0 - Android Connectivity and Pairing 

To activate connectivity and pairing on your Android device, make sure power-saving and airplane modes are both off during this process. Additionally, confirm that location permissions have been granted and your WHOOP 3.0 is charged. 

Note: The Android operating system requires location permission to be granted in order to scan for Bluetooth Low Energy devices.


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WHOOP 3.0 Pairing Process 

While you’re tapping the sensor, the battery level indicator lights will activate. You may also see a combination of red/white flashing lights on the side of the sensor.

  • Continue to tap until your sensor enters pairing mode. 
  • This process may take up to 15-20 seconds.
  • The sensor will remain in pairing mode until it finishes successfully pairing. (3 minutes)
  • After the WHOOP 3.0 finishes pairing, the light sequence will stop.
  • If you're still unable to connect, you will need to re-initiate the pairing mode.

5. In your phone's Settings app, open the Bluetooth settings menu, scan for a device, and select the WHOOP 3.0 once it's discovered.

6. Once the WHOOP 3.0 is successfully paired in your phone's Bluetooth settings, reopen the WHOOP App on your phone.

7. Open the WHOOP App menu and navigate to: Device Settings > Pair a Device. NOTE: Allow permission for WHOOP to use your current location.

8. Select Connect. Your device should now be paired. 

 

Android OS 10 or above:

In most cases, you should be able to re-pair your WHOOP 3.0 through the following steps:

  1. Force Stop the WHOOP app by opening your device's Settings app and navigating to: Apps & Notifications > WHOOP > Force Stop.
  2. Within your device's Settings menu, navigate to Bluetooth Settings
  3. Select Forget/Unpair on any existing WHOOP devices (within the list of currently or previously connected devices). 
  4. Remove the WHOOP 3.0 from your wrist and place it in pairing mode.
  5. To activate pairing mode, wait until the green sensor LEDs on the underside of the sensor turn off. This green sensor must remain off while activating pairing mode.
  6. Tap the top of the sensor firmly and repeatedly until one white LED strobes back and forth on the side of the sensor.  See: Strap Pairing Process
  7. Open the WHOOP App menu and navigate to: Device Settings > Pair a Device. NOTE: Allow permission for WHOOP to use your current location.
  8. Select Connect. Your device should now be paired. 

 

If you're still having trouble with connectivity/pairing, please follow the extended Troubleshooting steps below (paired with video):

  1. Force Stop the WHOOP app by opening your device's Settings app and navigating to: Apps & Notifications > WHOOP > Force Stop.
  2. Within your phone's Settings menu, navigate to: Apps > WHOOP > Storage > select 'Clear Storage.'
  3. Within your phone's Settings menu, open your Bluetooth Settings and select Forget/Unpair for any currently or previously connected WHOOP 3.0s. NOTE: If a WHOOP 2.0 is present, leave it paired. 
  4. Manually turn your phone off and on again, by selecting the Power Off option, and using the Power Button on your device to turn it back on. This will fully reset the Bluetooth system in your phone. NOTE: Do not use the Restart option. 
  5. Remove the WHOOP 3.0 from your wrist and place it in pairing mode.
    To activate pairing mode, wait until the green sensor LEDs on the underside of the sensor turn off. This green sensor must remain off while activating pairing mode. Then tap the top of the sensor firmly and repeatedly until one white LED strobes back and forth on the side of the sensor. See: Strap Pairing Process
  6. Within the WHOOP app, open the menu and navigate to: Device Settings > Pair a Device. NOTE: Allow permission for WHOOP to use your current location.
  7. Select Connect. Your device should now be paired.

 

For visual learners: check out the video below. 

 

 

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